in partnership with the Wexner Center for the Arts

JULY 15–25, 2021
BROWNING AMPHITHEATRE, THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

One actor. One musician. An ancient tale razed and reborn in an enthralling interpretation for our time. The war in Troy is over, but battles continue. As timely now as ever, this stunning story explores beauty and kinship even in the midst of war. Are we fated to hear it forever?

Join us outdoors, in-person. Theatre at its best: intimate, insightful, and urgent.

An Iliad will run approximately 90 minutes, with no intermission.

Venue capacity will be limited, offering plenty of room to space out between parties.

All tickets must be purchased in advance. No tickets will be sold the night of the performance. Everyone who enters the Amphitheatre will be required to show proof of purchase. 

All audience members must wear a face covering to fully protect our cast, crew, and other patrons.

We encourage you to bring blankets and/or lawn chairs. We will designate the first couple of rows for blankets only, ensuring good sight lines for everyone. 

No food or beverage will be allowed in the Amphitheatre.

As a courtesy to the actors and other patrons, children under six, including infants, are not permitted in the amphitheater. Pets, except service animals, are not permitted.

The Browning Amphitheatre is wheelchair accessible. There are paved sidewalks from parking garages and lots that lead directly to the Amphitheatre.

Safety protocols are subject to change dependent on new CDC, State of Ohio, and/or Actors Equity Association recommendations.

Thursday, July 15  |  8 pm – Preview
Friday, July 16  |  8 pm – Opening Night
Saturday, July 17  |  8 pm
Sunday, July 18  |  8 pm
Thursday, July 22  |  8 pm – ASL Services Offered
Friday, July 23  |  8 pm
Saturday, July 24  |  8 pm
Sunday, July 25  |  8 pm

The Browning Amphitheatre at The Ohio State University is located off of Neil Avenue and John H Herrick Drive, between the South Oval and Mirror Lake.

Nearby Paid Parking:

All audience members must wear a face covering to fully protect our cast, crew, and other patrons.

Venue capacity will be limited, offering plenty of room to space out between parties.

Safety protocols are subject to change dependent on new CDC, State of Ohio, and/or Actors Equity Association recommendations.

The Browning Amphitheatre is wheelchair accessible. There are paved sidewalks from parking garages and lots that lead directly to the Amphitheatre.

The Thursday, July 22 performance will have ASL services available.

CAST & CREATIVE TEAM

Angela Iannone

The Poet

Stephen Spottswood

The Muse

Rachel Heine

Stage Manager

Tabitha Abney

Costume Designer

Edith Dinger Wadkins

Props Designer

Jason Fassl

Lighting Designer

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